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    From nytimes.com Adapted from "Dream Desserts" Originally published with Eating Well By Marian Burros, November 17, 1993

    Recipe #486756

    from http://mixes.cdkitchen.com (posted for safe keeping)

    Recipe #454291

    This is my kind of Gyudon, my family favorite. I have made it million times (literally). It is such a quick and simple recipe that can be fixed in no time. Even Dashi and Mirin are not required. The recipe is posted here for safe keeping. Hope you like it as much as I do.

    Recipe #377459

    From 101 Things to Do with a Cake Mix by Stephanie Ashcraft

    Recipe #386870

    From 101 Things to Do with a Cake Mix by Stephanie Ashcraft

    Recipe #386961

    Simple cake without any fat and leavening. One of my recipes to try!!! From NYTimes.com. Originally published with DE GUSTIBUS; Proof That Cholesterol Can't Kill: An Egg Shop That Thrives By MOLLY O'NEILL, May 1, 1991

    Recipe #475644

    From 101 Things to Do with a Cake Mix by Stephanie Ashcraft

    Recipe #386987

    from www.bbonline.com

    Recipe #354337

    From http://www.anncoojournal.com/2013/10/wheat-free-sponge-cake.html. I posted here to check nutritional data. Thank you the original poster for such a great recipe. I used it for my tiramisu recipe with great result. This will be my staple recipe when I need a simple sponge cake.

    Recipe #515865

    The recipe is originally from chickensintheroad.com. I posted here for safe keeping and measuring nutritional value. Thank you chickensintheroad for coming up with such a versatile and convenient recipe that can be mixed in no time. Have you ever read the label on store-bought cake mixes? They’re packed with additives, preservatives, artificial coloring, oils, corn syrup, etc. Make up several batches of Homemade Yellow Cake Mix at a time, store in the pantry, and whip ‘em out any time for a quick, easy cake with none of that stuff!

    Recipe #472383

    From NYTimes.com.

    Recipe #475648

    From NYTimes.com. Originally published with FOOD; Strawberries Warming Up on Sidelines By FLORENCE FABRICANT, May 26, 1996

    Recipe #475635

    From The Culinary Institute of America's Gourmet Meals in Minutes cookbook

    Recipe #454289

    from BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking by Shirley O. Corriher

    Recipe #354348

    From: NYmag.com Provided by: Chefs Charles Kiely, Sharon Pachter Served at: The Grocery

    Recipe #382216

    from www.bbonline.com

    Recipe #354341

    From The Culinary Institute of America's Gourmet Meals in Minutes cookbook

    Recipe #454290

    From nneckredrecipes.blogspot.com : If you are somewhere in this world where golden syrup is not readily available, this homemade version is a good substitute. Of course in terms of fragrance, you can't beat the commercial ones.

    Recipe #475678

    The recipe is originally from chickensintheroad.com. I posted here for safe keeping and measuring nutritional value. Thank you chickensintheroad for coming up with such a versatile and convenient recipe that can be mixed in no time. This is the recipe to substitute for an 18.25 oz Betty Crocker boxed cake mix. Have you ever read the label on store-bought cake mixes? They’re packed with additives, preservatives, artificial coloring, oils, corn syrup, etc. Make up several batches of Homemade White Cake Mix at a time, store in the pantry, and whip ‘em out any time for a quick, easy cake with none of that stuff!

    Recipe #472384

    From NYTimes.com. Originally published with Hefty New Primers For Cooks Lacking Practice and Time By FLORENCE FABRICANT, September 20, 1989

    Recipe #475649

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